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, they called for grounds to fix it. >> if there is a mandate for us to find way to work together for solutions of the challenges we face as a nation. >> members are told the president's plan has been we should send the economy off part of the fiscal cliff raising the tax rates. or send the economy off entirely. either pass will cost jobs and hurt the nation economy and leading to more debt on the children. they insist they're unified and recognize the president and the senate democrats won and so did they. on the other side, the counterpart in the senate will continue to be majority leader harry reid. >> compromise is not a dirty word. i'm willing to negotiate anytime on any issue. >> the senate majority leader offered this take away from the election. >> this is the message american people sent from all over. they're party of the partisan gridlock. tired of well, i have one goal. dy feet obama. that's gone. he was re-elected overwhelmingly. the american people want us to work together. >> in terms of way forward, boehner told rank and file members a bridge on the fiscal issues such as taxes,
that's it for us at "the five." thank you for watching. get back here tomorrow. we might dress up again. have a good night. >> eric: i spelled allen greyson's name wrong. >> kimberly: we told you. >> eric: we know who you are! ♪ ♪ >> bret: the formula for gridlock remains intact. the president wins. democrats control the senate. the g.o.p. runs the house. we break it all down and look forward to what lies ahead. this is "special report." ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> bret: good evening. i'm bret baier back in washington tonight for a special edition of "special report" with limited commercial interruptions. more time for news, guests and panels on this, the first day after the election. despite record breaking debt and deficit numbers and some of the highest unemployment rate ever for an incumbent, barack obama easily won re-election as president tuesday night. but was projected as one of the closest races ever was instead called hours ahead of schedule. leading to a night of celebration for democrats. and bitter defeat for republicans. now the challenge of a second term for the presiden
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